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19
Nov
2019

The Application of qPCR Assays for the Early Detection of Toxic Alexandrium in Eastern Australian Waters »

12pm 19 November 2019

The marine Paralytic Shellfish Toxin (PST), which is associated to algal blooms, is a prevalent and persistent issue affecting shellfish harvesting areas around the world.

18
Nov
2019

PS Seminar Series -Isotopic Labeling-Based Metabolic Flux Analysis: From CO2 Assimilation to Storage Reserve Production in Plants »

1pm 18 November 2019

At the heart of plant productivity is the balance of carbon assimilation through photosynthetic activity. Though central metabolism is context specific and changes with conditions, we will present recent insights with isotopic tracers, metabolite measurements and metabolic flux analyses that describe the dynamics of central carbon metabolism resulting in altered balance between resource assimilation and allocation.

18
Nov
2019

Symposium on Host-Microbiome Interactions – from Structure to Function »

12pm 18 November 2019

A symposium on all aspects of host-microbiome interactions.

14
Nov
2019

Can humanised bacterial LeuT be used to study the pharmacology of human B0AT1 (SLC6A19)? »

1pm 14 November 2019

The amino acid transporter B0AT1 (SLC6A19) has recently been identified as a possible target to treat type 2 diabetes, phenylketonuria and related disorders.

14
Nov
2019

Development of biomarkers for the inhibition of SLC6A19 – a potential target to treat metabolic disorders »

1pm 14 November 2019

With the help of these biomarkers, we also evaluated the efficacy of four different SLC6A19 inhibitors biomarkers in wild type mice with metabolic disorders.

12
Nov
2019

A big step through (morpho)space and time? The effect of the K-Pg extinction on mammalian morphological evolution »

12pm 12 November 2019

Popular science asserts that after the extinction of the non-avian dinosaurs at the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) boundary 66 million years ago, mammals rapidly diversified to fill newly empty ecological niches. Mammalian morphological diversification status: it's complicated.

11
Nov
2019

PS Seminar: Engineering crops for resistance to disease and tolerance to environmental stress »

12pm 11 November 2019

A major goal for food and agricultural research is to increase the resiliency of agricultural systems to adapt to rapid changes and extreme conditions. Prof. Ronald will describe how genetic approaches are being used to generate the next generation of crops that will help farmers thrive in these challenging conditions.

07
Nov
2019

Research Skills workshop for HDRs - Beyond plan B: post PhD careers in an age of uncertainty »

9.30am 7 November 2019

In this workshop we look at the available markets for your PhD skills outside of academia and how to approach the transition between academia and industry.

06
Nov
2019

PS Seminar Series: Accuracy of genomic selection within-families »

1pm 6 November 2019

Explore how Genomic Selection (GS) is used to select superior seedlings, resulting in rapid genetic gains.

05
Nov
2019

TBA »

12pm 5 November 2019

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